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The Australian state of New South Wales (NSW) will cease all quarantine for international arrivals into that state from Nov. 1, but at first limit the new arrangements to citizens, permanent residents, and their immediate family members. The NSW government on Friday announced the decision that isolation requirements would be scrapped from Nov. 1. Arrivals will need to be fully vaccinated against the CCP virus, commonly known as the novel coronavirus, and return a negative test result for the COVID-19 disease before and after their flight. Following the NSW government’s announcement, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the decision would apply to Australians first, with a backlog of people stranded overseas. “I want to stress that for the other states and territories, and I have advised the premiers and chief ministers to this end, that this is about Australian residents and citizens first,” Morrison told reporters in Sydney. “The Commonwealth Government …